Is this a feeding Team?
What services are offered?
MD or Group of MDs with routine office visits
Outpatient: Once a week or less (overnight stay not required)
Our specialized therapists treat babies and children who have dysphagia, or difficulty swallowing foods, liquids, medications, or even saliva. We offer comprehensive dysphagia evaluations and treatment for oral motor, oral sensory, swallowing safety and feeding advancement. They can be seen on the inpatient or outpatient side by collaboration from a variety of pediatric specialists to include physicians, pediatric speech therapists, OT’s, PT’s, dietitians, and counselors as necessary. On the outpatient side, our special outpatient feeding program is available, called Kids EAT clinic. We provide evaluation and treatment for infants and children with growth, swallowing or behavioral feeding disorders. The multidisciplinary clinic includes a speech-language pathologist, neurodevelopmental pediatrician, occupational therapist and dietitian. Working together, they provide care and therapy for patients who have difficulties with diet, oral intake or need guidance weaning from tube feedings.